After a century in dormant seclusion, the matching appendage to the infamous Monkey’s Paw has resurfaced. And once again, something sinister is afoot.
When a ninety-year-old Concord, Massachusetts resident named, Riley Stephenson, receives the other Monkey’s Paw as a birthday gift from an old friend, along with a strong warning to use his three wishes wisely, he wastes little time putting his good fortune to use. But haste and apathetic disregard of his friend’s advice quickly leads to ill-fated decisions with dire consequences.
On the heels of Mr. Stephenson’s first wish and subsequent disappearance, Finnegan Winters and Andria Walker—a rookie team of clandestine artifact collectors—are called in to track down Stephenson and the troublesome paw.
As the strange case unfolds, Finn and Andria find themselves involved in a head-spinning journey of veiled secrets and bizarre customs pointing to a mysterious healing pool hidden deep inside the jungles of the Amazon.
With the odds stacked against them and paltry information to work from, Finn and Andria must lean heavily on their novice instincts, but can they recover the paw before Stephenson makes his final wish and unleashes havoc of irreversible proportions?
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Michael Devaney is the author of The Inheritance, Death Mask & The Elisha Pool. Born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1967 he was educated at Mercer University where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Later studies at Kennesaw State University garnered him a Creative Writing certificate. An avid outdoorsman, his articles have been published in North American Whitetail magazine and Great Deer Tales and as Staff Writer for the Dark Knight News he’s published numerous reviews for Batman related comics. When not writing, Michael enjoys reading, movies, football and leisure travel with family and friends. He and wife, Beverly, have two children; son, Owen, here on earth and daughter, Emaleigh, up in heaven. Please help cure childhood cancer.